This week in news: volcanoes, horrific shootings, protests, and the confirmation that Ebola has made it to New York City. Here are some of the best images from this week you’ll see, captured by some of the world’s hardest-working photojournalists.
Eight-year-old ChengWu ShuQin is among the youngest of the girls training at the Shaolin Exquisite Kung Fu School in the Central Eastern Chinese Province of Henan.
The Ebola story may have stolen most recent headlines, but plenty of other things also happened in the news this week. The Oscar Pistorius case is coming to an end, New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz suffered a gruesome injury, and Ferguson is still in a state of unrest. Here are some of the best images you will see, brought to us by some of the worlds hardest-working photojournalists.
Chas Licciardello of The Chaser’s Media Circus shares his puntastic knowledge.
When Pixar becomes real life.
A lot happened this week. The Hong Kong protests are slowing down, the Ferguson, Missouri, protests are picking back up, there was a “blood moon,” and the Ebola scare is becoming increasingly scarier. Here’s a recap of some of the best images brought to us by dedicated photojournalists all over the globe.
Vivian Schiller announced on Twitter she is leaving the company.
From Volcanos in Japan, Protests in Hong Kong and an Ebola Epidemic, these are some of the most amazing news images taken this week by hard working photojournalists all over the globe.
Nos régions ont du talent.
Tens of thousands in Hong Kong have taken to the streets to call for democratic elections.
“I felt hated and completely alienated from the rest of the world, so hidden and alone … I felt bullied, it felt so unfair.”
These are some of the strongest images you will see from this week in news.
This is why we can’t have nice news.
Come for the article, stay for the insane comments.
The police are investigating the man’s claim that he was “unlawfully detained, racially abused & physically assaulted”.
The investment banker turned media mogul turned New York City mayor is heading back to run the company he founded. And as Bloomberg expands its news operation into magazines, politics, and more, his first order of business should be to buy CNN.
We can now all remember Oscar Wilde for his “bitting” wit. Twenty bronze plaques were dedicated in the Castro on Tuesday, several containing spelling mistakes will be replaced.
The iconic TV news anchor is stepping down as the anchor of World News. She was the only woman anchoring a national nightly newscast.
What do you tell a child about the beheading of James Foley or the tragic events in Ferguson?
“We hear your truths; we ask you to acknowledge that you hear ours.”
The internet still loves him, apparently.
At least 589 people are dead in southern China’s Yunnan province after a U.S. Geological Survey reported magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit on Sunday.
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ABC News loves the hate-fav, while the NY Post makes some questionable decisions.
Still no word on what these two have against Canada.
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55-year-old Sue Wilkins tugged at her eyelids, mockingly mimicking the unsuspecting Asian passenger. She has since apologized.